Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Amazing TECHNIC Constructions by Jennifer Clark

Many of you (TECHNIC enthusiasts) should already know the website I'll talk about.
However many others that would came here, may still not know it. So here it goes...

Jennifer Clark, developed several huge and realistic LEGO TECHNIC models across years, which made use of many techniques. From advanced pneumatics to electrically geared parts (some also making use of costumized parts).

Her LEGO Construction Site, is plenty of detailed information related with all developed models.
There you can find: photos from original inspiration vehicles, step-by-step explanation of mechanics and implemented solutions with LEGO, rendered MLCAD images showing inner details from the models and building steps, .DAT files for your own manipulation, animated images to illustrate working principles, photos and videos with achieved results, and many other details.



IMHO, this by far the best LEGO TECHNIC website, developed by an individual!
Absolutely fantastic and a must see, for every TECHNIC enthusiast.
Probably the resource where we can learn the most and a valuable source of details.
Also, a fine and first class work in terms of web design!

Below some images from the most significant projects, you can find there:




And finally one of the published videos, from my favorite model.

video


This is LEGO Extreme!

2 comments:

AVCampos said...

That's really amazing!
Not only Jennifer has the talent to conceive such marvels that not only look real but also work real, she also thoroughly explains how they work, what problems she had to build, and with plenty of pictures!
This is a reference site for anyone searching for inspiration to build great mechanisms... and doesn't mind using some changed/non-LEGO pieces.

Anonymous said...

Nice posting

regards
web designer

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